At Tiny Jewel Box, we only purchase diamonds through suppliers who, like us, adhere to and enforce the standards established by the Kimberley Process. This initiative was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2003 to monitor the buying and selling of diamonds. The process, which tracks diamonds from mine to market, ensures that all of our diamonds are warranted to be conflict-free.
Tiny Jewel Box is one of the Natural Diamond Council’s trusted official retail partners. The mission of the NDC is to advance the integrity of the modern diamond jewelry industry and to inspire, educate and protect the customer. NDC carefully selects official retail partners based on their commitment to the highest standards of integrity and responsibility in all aspects of their business and at all stages of the value chain. To learn more about NDC and Tiny Jewel Box’s commitment, please visit naturaldiamonds.com/about/
Matthew Rosenheim sits on the Board of Directors for the Jewelers of America. Learn more about what the means for our professional practices at Tiny Jewel Box.
Tiny Jewel Box does not sell any coral products. We understand that unsustainable coral harvesting can critically damage important marine ecosystems. We work to increase awareness about coral conservation and the role that the jewelry industry can play in its protection.
While trading in antique ivory remains legal, Tiny Jewel Box does not engage in the practice in an effort to discourage its use in any capacity.